I'd covered it in detail here. And I mentioned it here, in mentioning the passing of Robert Aitken. And I first discussed it, and my relationship with the ZSS here. So, on the Eido Shimano scandal itself, I've already spoken; that's not primarily what the post below was about.
In the post below I was admittedly weaving around some disparate ideas, among them the relationship between various schools of Tibetan Buddhism, blogger biases, and the Dalai Lama. However the main point of that post is quite simple: the issue of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan diaspora's plight is in a similar category of the Eido Shimano scandal in that they both proceeded unchecked due to inherent conflicts of interest. A subsidiary point in the post is that Western Buddhist bloggers would do well to examine these issues and examine their own biases in these issues, and probe deeper. If I've made any factual error I'm happy to be shown what it is and correct it.
I hope that clears things up a bit.